The Winter Solstice of Our Content

  I raced right through Winter Solstice, a compilation of short stories by Kindle Press authors. Part of the reason I raced through was that two of the stories, “Strange Bedfellows” and “Chance Chills,” are mine. I’m lying. They were the first two I read. When an author reads stories he wrote, and he hasn’t thought about them since he submitted them, first it’s scary … Continue reading The Winter Solstice of Our Content

Cowboys at Warp Speed

Every day has its ups and downs. Okay, not every day. It seems as if mine are seldom mediocre. Either everything goes right, or vice-versa. This one has gone wildly erratic. Let’s highlight the positive, though. My fifth novel, first western and second historical, is impending. Today I approved the proof. I’m delighted with the cover. I think readers are going to want this one … Continue reading Cowboys at Warp Speed

The World’s Fastest Review Is Two Clicks Away

I don’t have a clue whether or not the KindleScout program will be interested in my fifth novel, Cowboys Come Home. Two previous novels, Crazy of Natural Causes and Forgive Us Our Trespasses, have been selected by the Amazon program, so, as Bill Murray said in Caddyshack, I’ve got that going for me. On the other hand, Cowboys Come Home is a western, and I … Continue reading The World’s Fastest Review Is Two Clicks Away